David Bright
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Gruesome evidence and emotion: Anger, blame, and jury decision-making
DA Bright, J Goodman-Delahunty
Law and human behavior 30 (2), 183, 2006
2462006
Illuminating dark networks: A social network analysis of an Australian drug trafficking syndicate
DA Bright, CE Hughes, J Chalmers
Crime, law and social change 57 (2), 151-176, 2012
1222012
Evolution of a treatment programme for sex offenders: Changes to the NSW Custody-Based Intensive Treatment (CUBIT)
J Ware, DA Bright
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 15 (2), 340-349, 2008
762008
Evolution of a drug trafficking network: Mapping changes in network structure and function across time
DA Bright, JJ Delaney
Global Crime 14 (2-3), 238-260, 2013
562013
The influence of gruesome verbal evidence on mock juror verdicts
DA Bright, J Goodman-Delahunty
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 11 (1), 154-166, 2004
522004
Effectiveness of a sex offender treatment programme: A risk band analysis
AC Woodrow, DA Bright
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 55 (1 …, 2011
382011
The source and diversion of pharmaceutical drugs for non-medical use: a systematic review and meta-analysis
S Hulme, D Bright, S Nielsen
Drug and alcohol dependence 186, 242-256, 2018
332018
Networks within networks: using multiple link types to examine network structure and identify key actors in a drug trafficking operation
DA Bright, C Greenhill, A Ritter, C Morselli
Global Crime 16 (3), 219-237, 2015
332015
A systematic review of methamphetamine precursor regulations
R McKetin, R Sutherland, DA Bright, MM Norberg
Addiction 106 (11), 1911-1924, 2011
332011
Does Coerced Treatment of substance‐using offenders lead to improvements in substance use and recidivism? A Review of the Treatment Efficacy Literature
DA Bright, KA Martire
Australian Psychologist 48 (1), 69-81, 2013
312013
The use of actor-level attributes and centrality measures to identify key actors: a case study of an Australian drug trafficking network
DA Bright, C Greenhill, M Reynolds, A Ritter, C Morselli
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 31 (3), 262-278, 2015
292015
Retail price as an outcome measure for the effectiveness of drug law enforcement
DA Bright, A Ritter
International Journal of Drug Policy 21 (5), 359-363, 2010
282010
Dismantling criminal networks: Can node attributes play a role?
DA Bright, C Greenhill, N Levenkova
Crime and networks, 160-174, 2013
252013
Recreational drug use and binge drinking: stimulant but not cannabis intoxication is associated with excessive alcohol consumption
R McKetin, J Chalmers, M Sunderland, DA Bright
Drug and Alcohol Review 33 (4), 436-445, 2014
242014
Evaluating drug law enforcement interventions directed towards methamphetamine in Australia
A Ritter, D Bright, W Gong
National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (NDLERF), 2012
242012
Mock juror decision making in a civil negligence trial: The impact of gruesome evidence, injury severity, and information processing route
DA Bright, J Goodman-Delahunty
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 18 (3), 439-459, 2011
222011
Social network analysis of Australian poly-drug trafficking networks: How do drug traffickers manage multiple illicit drugs?
CE Hughes, DA Bright, J Chalmers
Social Networks 51, 135-147, 2017
202017
Illicit network dynamics: The formation and evolution of a drug trafficking network
D Bright, J Koskinen, A Malm
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 35 (2), 237-258, 2019
192019
Poly-drug trafficking: Estimating the scale, trends and harms at the Australian border
CE Hughes, J Chalmers, DA Bright, M McFadden
International Journal of Drug Policy 31, 80-89, 2016
152016
The role of off‐licence outlets in binge drinking: a survey of drinking practices last S aturday night among young adults in A ustralia
R McKetin, M Livingston, J Chalmers, D Bright
Drug and alcohol review 33 (1), 51-58, 2014
152014
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